Welcome to Relief Society
"We greet each of you, our sisters, with love. The work of Relief Society has never been more important than it is now. We know that as each of you participate in this work by building personal testimony, feeling blessed and valued as an individual, developing and excising charity, strengthening yourself and your family, and enjoying a unified sisterhood, your life will be enriched.
The Relief Society General Presidency, The Mission of the Relief Society, January 1991
aster is such a great time to reflect on the greatest event that ever occurred in the history of the world, the atonement of our Savior, Jesus Christ. I am so thankful for his atoning sacrifice for us. What a majestic blessing this is for us. His sacrifice provides a way for us to be forgiven for our sins and all we have to do is ask for forgiveness and follow his commandments. “May this be an Easter season of meditation, reflection, and appreciation. May we resolve to be obedient to prophetic invitations from those who hold the keys of the kingdom.” Reflections of Easter, Andrew W. Peterson, April 1995
Pot luck will be the 3rd Sunday. (April 15) Please bring your favorite main dish, side dish, dessert, bread or whatever is easiest for you to bring. Just come and enjoy good food & fellowship.
Lesson Schedule Upcoming Events
1– General Conference 11:00 & 3:00 7 – Easter Egg Hunt
8-“The Immortality of the Soul” P.67-80 15- Pot Luck
15-“Temple Blessings for Ourselves and our Ancestors” P. 81-92
22-“A Time to Prepare” Elder Ian S. Arden
29- Combined with Priesthood
Because Heavenly Father loves His children, He has not left them to walk through this mortal life without direction and guidance. The teachings of our Heavenly Father are not the ordinary, predictable, run-of-the-mill kind you can pick up in paperback at the local bookstore. They are the wisdom of an all-powerful, all-knowing celestial Being who loves His children. Encompassed in His words is the secret of the ages—the key to happiness in this life and in the world to come. President Dieter F. Uchtdorf